NetSpot, professional-grade network survey app for Mac, today announced the release of NetSpot Windows, free edition.
Online PR News – 03-March-2016 – Atlanta, USA – NetSpot, professional-grade network survey app for Mac, today announced the release of NetSpot Windows, free edition. NetSpot for Windows features two major Wi-Fi troubleshooting modes: Discover and Survey. It helps to control and visualize the areas with multiple Wi-Fi networks. Thanks to NetSpot, it is possible to track potential connection problems and choose the best channels for networks or re-position the access points to improve Wi-Fi signal.
NetSpot collects every detail about surrounding Wi-Fi networks and presents wireless data as an interactive table in real time. It lets user troubleshoot and improve network´s coverage, capacity, signal level, etc. Channel maps and chart view could show more details about the network.
NetSpot creates Wi-Fi survey projects and transforms them into interactive heatmaps with detailed information on all surveyed wireless networks in every point of the map. Wi-Fi visualizations generated are full of invaluable data for any-level user.
Signal Level visualization is available in the free initial release of Windows edition.
NetSpot for Windows is compatible with any 802.11 Wi-Fi network (not hidden), all Wi-Fi adapters, and supports Windows 7, 8 and 10.
Pricing and Availability
NetSpot for Windows is free. It is designed for both home and business users offering all the necessary features, including highly configurable Wi-Fi surveys, unlimited data points per heatmap and signal level visualization. NetSpot received a MacWorld Editor´s Choice Award in 2012 as well as a several other credibility awards in all recent years.
Media kit: http://netspotapp.com/images/upload/media-kit/ns-win.zip
NetSpot is the brainchild of Etwok, LLC, based in Atlanta, Georgia. Etwok, LLC is a software development company, specializing in system software utilities for Mac OS X. It was established in 2010 and delivers high-end software solutions. For more information visit NetSpot online.